Hardy/Greys Reels &Korkers Boots
These are two of our best selling reels from Hardy. The “Ultralight” starts at only $169 and are avail-
able in 11 configurations, including Disc Drag or Click Drag. The Hardy “Lightweight” is the pure
definition of simplicity in a trout reel at a price we can all afford. If you’re in the market for a new
reel, wouldn’t you really rather have a
? Check the web for configurations or give “Russ” a call!
We can ship your New Ultralite or most any other Hardy reel the same day if you call early!
ULTRALIGHT - BY HARDY
range of reels is a significant advance on the popular marksman reel series.
Perfectly sized and designed for light line applications, the range covers lines from the ultra light
#1 and #2 weights through to the standard #5 river line weights, ensuring there is an offering for
every light line enthusiast.
Diam. (in) Capacity
HEUC010 1000CC #1,2,3
HEUC020 2000CC #2,3,4
HEUC030 3000CC #3,4,5
HEUC040 4000CC #4,5,6
Extra spools available starting at $95.00
range of fly reels infuses the legendary strength of Hardy fly reel design into a
new ultra large arbour, lightweight design that is both supremely practical and aesthetically stunning.
DiaM. (in) Capacity
HEUD050 3000DD #3,4,5
HEUD010 4000DD #4,5,6
HEUD020 5000DD #5,6,7
HEUD030 6000DD #6,7,8
HEUD040 7000DD #7,8,9
HEUD050 8000DD #8,9
HEUD060 9000DD #8,9
HEUD070 10000DD #9/10
Extra spools available starting at $119.00
These four models, the Flyweight, the Featherweight, the LRH Lightweight and Princess Reel, have been used by discerning anglers for
over half a century.Their appeal is simple. The simplicity of their looks. The simplicity of their design. Their durability and reliability. Clas-
sic reels that perform whenever you need them. Features include precision click-check to protect the lightest of tippets, anodized, high
grade alumnum construction and ability to change spools quickly. These high quality reels represent simplicity at its very best!!
H00020 L.R.H. Lightweight 3.18 WF6/70
These are my
The Hardy “Ultralight” reels
the features you’d
expect in a premium reel, but
at a reasonable price!
Tip 4: Back-hand Cast:
When making a back-hand cast, don’t change anything from a normal cast.
On your presentation shot, stop the rod as normal on any back cast; just let the line lay out. Be sure
not to flick the rod at the end, as this will cause fly to whip around and land off target.